SciLifeLab Campus Solna Science Talks

October 24, 2023, 09:00 – 19:00


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Jacob Berzelius salen, KI
Berzelius väg 3
Solna, 171 65 Sweden
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SciLifeLab Campus Solna Science Talks

October 24 @ 09:00 19:00 CEST

We would hereby like to warmly welcome you to take part in this year’s Campus Solna Science Talks symposium on October 24th – a meeting for everyone in the community to learn more about ongoing research and activities at SciLifeLab’s Campus Solna, which aims to bring the community together, inspire exchange and new collaborations.

Research presentations will be given by group leaders and junior researchers (selected with consideration for balance in topics, presenters’ career stages, and affiliations) as part of a plenary session between 9:00 and 16:00 (including lunch), and the event will conclude with a poster session, mingle and food in Campus Solna’s meeting place Delta.

We invite all Campus Solna research groups to be represented with at least 1 poster (and maximum 3). Furthermore, we want to encourage all infrastructure units and committees (The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion-committee, the Public Engagement-committee, the CSI and the PhD- & Postdoc-council) to partake with posters!

List of Posters (titles & numbering)


08:30Arrival, registration and coffee
Jacob Berzelius hall, Karolinska Institutet
09:00Welcome and opening of symposium
Scientific Committee & Per Ljungdahl
Session I. Moderator Yerma Pareja
09:15Mapping B and T cell receptors using spatial transcriptomics
Camilla Engblom
09:30Use the Flow, Leukocyte: ion and water fluxes are required for T cell migration
Leon de Boer
09:45B cell repertoire analysis of SARS-CoV-2-infected individuals
Gunilla Karlsson Hedestam
10:15Coffee Break
Session II. Moderator Marcel Tarbier
10:45agoTRIBE detects microRNA-target interactions transcriptome-wide in single cells
Vaishnovi Sekar
11:00Single cell-resolution in situ sequencing elucidates spatial dynamics of multiple sclerosis lesion and disease evolution
Christoffer Mattsson Langseth
11:15Beyond the host’s spatial transcriptome
Stefania Giacomello
11.30Machine learning of immune escape dynamics from single cell and spatial tumor transcriptomics
Jakob Rosenbauer
Session III. Moderator Ute Hoffmann
13:00Female sex hormones and the human microbiome
Luisa Hugherth
13:15Environmental genomics for broadscale studies on aquatic microbial diversity and evolution
Krzysztof Jurdzinski
13:30Interaction proteomics to explore protein regulation in photosynthetic organisms
Anna Karlsson
13:45Developmental Gene Transcription
Mattias Mannervik
14:15Coffee Break
Session IV. Moderator Erdinc Sezgin
14:45Modelling Glut1 Deficiency Syndrome (Glut1DS) for therapeutics and drug discovery
Rekha Tripathi
15:00Multiplexed high-content screening of drug and immune sensitivity in microwells
Valentina Carannante
15:15Dynamics at the molecular scale from cells to STARSS
Ilaria Testa
15:45Concluding Remarks
Per Ljungdahl
16:00Poster Session
SciLifeLab Delta
Mingle, pub and light food

Poster Session

Each group/unit is welcome to bring up to 3 posters to the grand Poster Session that will follow the talks. Submit the poster titles in the registration form. Please coordinate within your research group/unit beforehand who should bring a poster. Poster session will take place in the Delta building in SciLifeLab Solna.

Poster dimensions: 70×100

Scientific Committee

This event has been made possible through the hard work of the Scientific committee.

Scientific Committee

  • Erdinc Sezgin
  • Marcel Tarbier
  • Ute Hoffman
  • Stefania Giacomello
  • Kristoffer Sahlin
  • Per Ljungdahl

Operations Office representatives

  • Isolde Palombo
  • Disa Larsson Hammarlöf

Berzelius väg 3
Solna, 171 65 Sweden
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Last updated: 2023-10-24

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